With a variety of tools and robust knowledge, we craft unique and reusable geospatial workflows for your projects. We make your analysis snappy and efficient, so you can focus more on your goals and less on the execution.
See your data, simulate possible outcomes, solve problems collaboratively, or simply make your colleagues jealous. We will help build beautiful data visualization, mapping, and custom software required to make things happen securely and quickly.
We hope you never have to repeat anything- mistakes, gruelling workathons, or otherwise. Automate your workflow, or put custom tools to use in your applications. We will code it for you.
Water has been a foundational part of our business. We have created many custom geospatial methods to integrate data and automate models related to statistical and process-based hydrologic models, finite difference and analytic element groundwater models, and climate grid downscaling. Our resume also includes several novel modelling techniques related to geomorphometric classification, groundwater, and riparian management.
Understanding changes in the landscape over time to inform land-use planning requires complex tools to help professionals evaluate the past and to simulate outcomes of potential events. We have integrated a variety of geospatial modelling methods into landscape and land-use planning software to help simplify workflows so planners can focus on their own science.
Planning, policy, and operational decisions often require input from many parties with various backgrounds. Similarly, the delineation of risk is complex and multi-faceted. We have worked with managers, planners, and scientists on several projects to build tools that automate data processing, engage all parties, and aggregate input into communicable results that guide decision making and help understand risk.
We have used a host of technologies to help determine what A to B looks like, and presented it in meaningful ways. Often time and resources do not permit dense data collection and infrastructure placement. We have helped professionals and managers work together and use technology to find optimal methods, and create lean plans.
The need to view results, whether it be through maps, graphs, tables, or reports, is inherent in all projects. Many of our dynamic problem-solving tools coded in other projects are tied to web applications that allow interactive viewing and exploration of results. This has enabled people of any background in any locale to generate and view results. Similarly, simulations and results may be generated and viewed in meetings, saving time and solving problems promptly.
We have worked with industry-leading biologists, ecologists, and land-use planners to code custom models to simulate the life-cycle and movement of populations. We have employed novel approaches and cultivated interdisciplinary knowledge to create methods to predict populations in a modular fashion. This has enabled scientists to continually and easily add methods and complexity as needed in order to simulate populations of various species over time.
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